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bashing

Speaking or referring to another in a disparaging fashion.
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On this note, Gonzalez fired back that it was the netizen's comment that fuels the negativity, because it implyies that the bashers are in groups; she asserted that bashing relies on the individual.
The fact that dangers lurk closely behind most thrilling adventures, especially if one doesn't take enough precautions and use the maximum protective mechanisms available, is proved once again with the tragic death of a four-year-old Indian boy in a dune bashing accident at Al Badeer in the Madm area of Sharjah last Tuesday.
Miller's retort: "I'm not bashing anyone, but the system is dysfunctional.
Why does it seem that gay bashings are on the rise in London?
Bush has been trying to ease tensions since the United Nations helped the United States install Iraq's interim government--and, notably, he avoided engaging in explicit UN bashing in his acceptance speech.
THE Pink Panthers are off to Dublin as gay bashing - coupled with the entire question of equal rights for homosexuals in Ireland - is watched with concern from America.
After reading through the four pages of casting bashing, reactions can run from the initial response of "Bull
For folks like William Bennett and Pat Buchanan, the slightest criticism of Catholics or Catholicism is to be instantly, furiously denounced as religious bigotry or "Catholic bashing," an expression of irrational prejudice.
Although the central bank has control of the money supply, the administration can threaten to impose a welfare loss by bashing the central bank if it does not generate the monetary policy preferred by the administration.
Whether playing solo or with friends, BOOM BLOX Bash Party will have players off the couch, throwing, bashing and slinging blox like never before
All over the nation, Religious Right groups are bashing public education.